Thai Yoga Massage
Often described as “yoga for lazy people”, Thai yoga massage combines acupressure massage with yoga stretches. The therapist uses their hands, elbows, feet and knees to stimulate pressure points.
It can be deeply relaxing or energising, depending on your needs.
Thai massage is a healing approach combining acupressure and energy balancing techniques with Ayurvedic principles and assisted yoga postures.
What should I expect during my treatment?
Your appointment time includes a consultation with your therapist where they will discuss your health and the proposed treatment. They may also spend some time on examination.
Your appointment also includes time for dressing and undressing so we recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing and shoes which are easy to remove. After your treatment your therapist will provide some aftercare advice.
Book your Thai Yoga Massage Appointment
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Thai Yoga Massage starts from 90 min £79.
View our price list for full details.
Our Thai Yoga Massage team
Achara, Dympna and Sian are our Thai yoga therapists.
All of our therapists are:
- suitably trained,
- fully qualified,
- fully insured,
Achara Chavanakunakorn, (Bsc Hons: Herbal Medicine; Thai Traditional and Holistic Massage, Thai Foot Massage)
Herbalist and Massage Therapist
Achara grew up with a deep interest in holistic practices and therapies. She believes that the human body has the ability to self-heal if we let that process occur and support the body with natural methods.
Dympna O’Brien (ITEC, MTI, MIFA)
Dympna has run a successful massage practice since 1993 and works with a focus on health and well-being. She continues to study in health-related fields.
Sian Randall (BSc Complementary Therapies & Alternative Medicine)
Sian is passionate about releasing tension from the body through a variety of therapeutic touch techniques that help people understand their postural holding patterns. Sian loves being able to help people release their physical pain but also allowing her clients the space to release their emotional pain that may become stuck in their bodies.